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Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Missions (Japanese name: スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズ ワールドミッション) would be publishing on April 4th, 2019 in Japan (JP), then expanding into North America (NA) and Europe (EU) on the following day April 5th, the publisher BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment reported. The game is designed for Switch (Nintendo) console and PC via Steam service by DIMPS. However, JP version supports only Switch while NA and US support both Switch and PC. Besides, there is no official information showing that it would be coming to other platforms in the future. As for JP version, the game will be published in both physical cartridge and digital license forms at the price of ¥6,800 (tax excluded), physical cartridge can be purchased via 3rd party retailers such as Amazon or Game TSUTAYA, each retailer offers a different download code which is used to unlock a certain SR card in game without completing any corresponding mission, in short it’s early-unlock card (full list of retailers and all cards unlocked via their codes can be referred here , digital license can be purchased via Nintendo eShop but it isn’t available for sale yet. The publisher also offers pre-order bonuses including x5 digital cards used in Super Dragon Ball Heroes (Japanese name: スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズ) (physical bundle exclusive), x3 early-unlock digital cards used in Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Missions (details can be referred here). As for NA and EU versions, just like JP, both physical cartridge (Switch exclusive) and digital license forms are available at the price of $59.99 (tax excluded), physical cartridge can be purchased via 3rd party retailers such as Amazon or Walmart (store list can be referred here), while digital license can be purchased via Nintendo eShop if Switch and Steam in case of PC but both aren’t available for sale yet. The publisher also offers pre-order bonuses but unlike Japan version, these versions contain x5 physical cards used in Dragon Ball Super Card Game and x11 early-unlock digital cards used in Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Missions. The game owns an anime-style art under 3D graphics. It follows trading card game (TCG) genre, but holds a very unique feature called Creation Mode which allows players to create their own original cards by adding illustrations, effects, parameters and abilities to blank cards. The video showing this feature has been published by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment’s official channel on YouTube.

NOTE: The currencies mentioned in this post are Japanese Yen and US Dollar respectively, so some additional fees such as currency exchange fee or shipping fee may be calculated for international orders in case of international shipping eligible. In addition, some retailers may offer cheaper price. Besides, most retailers listed in the list support only domestic shipping, however international customers can request 3rd party shipping services to purchase as representatives, but customers agree that use of those services are at entirely customers own risks. Even though some retailers support both domestic and international shipping but they may not be able to ship to some regions and countries.